National Jeweler Network



Roberto Coin opens store in Miami

The Italian jewelry company’s new 400-square-foot boutique is located in Miami’s Design District, which also is home to Tiffany, Cartier, Harry Winston and Hublot, among others.


U.S. House votes to repeal estate tax

However, the legislation has little chance of going anywhere, at least for now, as it faces opposition from both the Senate and the president.


Pandora campaign focuses on everyday style

Pandora is launching a marketing campaign close to Mother’s Day that is “designed to inspire women to embrace the self-creator within.”


Yurman suit against Sam’s Club cleared to proceed

A federal judge in Texas has denied Sam’s Club’s motion to dismiss the trademark infringement suit the well-known jewelry brand filed against it last fall.


Scott Kay Inc. starts building new sales team

The brand, which was acquired by manufacturer Frederick Goldman earlier this year, has hired Bruce Lake and Cathy Marsh.


Tiffany pledges money to New York museum

The retailer will be the lead sponsor of the Whitney Museum’s biennials, its every-other-year exhibitions of contemporary American artists, through 2021.


Two private equity firms acquire Spence Diamonds

Lion Capital has partnered with retail investor and operator Ivest Consumer Partners to purchase Canada’s Spence Diamonds, with an eye toward possible expansion.


Alexandra Mor debuts at iconic New York retailer

This spring holds two milestones for designer Alexandra Mor--her brand’s fifth anniversary, and the launch of a 16-piece capsule collection at Bergdorf Goodman. 


RJC CEO Deo out as organization restructures

The Responsible Jewellery Council has terminated the contract of CEO Ashish Deo, who has been with the organization for only eight months, and is transitioning to an executive director-led model.